We’re having a love affair with high-tech home beauty devices, but what does this mean for clinics and consumers?
In 2013 the government published the findings of its investigation into the lack of regulation in the cosmetic procedures market, but what has changed three years on from the Keogh Review?
Improvements in safety, efficacy and reductions in downtime have resulted in a rapid growth in the cosmetic procedures sector, but there remains a need for caution
Leading plastic surgeons believe a mathematical ratio, dating back 2,500 years, is the solution to creating facial beauty and use the ancient formula to help achieve their patients’ sought-after outcomes
The issue of training requirements and regulation of those administering non-surgical cosmetic procedures remains a matter of public concern, although benchmark guidelines are being adopted
From tried-and-tested whitening to the more experimental 3D tooth printing, when it comes to aesthetic dentistry and the latest technology there is plenty to smile about
Introducing Radara – the latest non-surgical skincare innovation for fine lines and wrinkles
In today’s beauty-conscious world women are moving away from “anti-ageing” and towards an era of ageing well – looking and feeling like the best version of themselves